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scirp IJSER >> Volume 3,Issue 10,October 2012
Waste Heat Recovery System by Using an Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) 
Full Text(PDF, )  PP.161-164  
Md. A. A. Mamun, Subrato Biswas 
Bangladesh, Gas Engines, Organic Rankine cycle,Organic fluid,Steam turbine,Steel Mill, Waste Heat Recovery
Though the concept of Power Plants based on the Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) is the new technology in Bangladesh, it can play a significant role to produce power from various heat sources when other alternatives were either technically not practical or not
[1] Dana Engineers International Limited,Banani,Dhaka,Bangladesh

[2] Rahim energy waste heat recovery project, Dhaka, Bangladesh

[3] Turboden,a Pratt & Whitney Power Power System Company

[4] Uri Kaplan, ORMAT Technologies, Inc, (November 2007), ’’Advance Organic Rankine Cycles in Binary Geothermal Power Plants’’

[5] B.Vanslambrouck, I.Vankeirsbilck, S.Gusev,M. De Paepe.’’ Turn waste heat into electricity by using an Organic Rankine Cycle’’, pp. 1-14, 2nd European Conference on Polygeneration – 30th March- 1 stApril,2011–Tarragona,Spain,Availablehttp://www.orcycle.be/publicaties_bestanden/Paper1_2nd%20ECP%20OR C_final.pdf

[6] Hong Guang Zhang, En Hua Wang, Ming Gao Ouyang, Bo Yuan Fan,’’Study of Parameters Optimization of Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) for Engine Waste Heat Recovery’’, Advanced Materials Research (Volumes 201 - 203),pp 585-589,available at http://www.scientific.net/AMR.201-203.585

[7] Lucien Y. Bronicki, Chairman, ORMAT International Inc.‘’Organic Rankine Cycle Power Plant For Waste Heat Recovery’’, available at http://www.ormat.com/research/papers/organic-rankine-cyclepower-plant-waste-heat-recovery

[8] ORCYCLE,’’Organic Rankine Cycle’’,available at http://www.orcycle.be/index.php/en/orctheorie

[9] Chris Nelson, ’’Exhust Heat Recovery’’,Research and Tecnology,Presentation for Cummins,May 21st ,2009,pp. 1-30

[10] GE Energy,’’ A novel waste heat recovery process that couples a gas engine to traditional organic Rankine cycle technology is boosting efficiency at power generation sites. Sean Ottewell reports’’,Organic Rankine cycle technology boosts onsite power projects,available at http://www.engineerlive.com/PowerEngineer/Heat_Recovery/Organic_Rankine_cycle_technology_boosts_onsite_power_projects/22173/

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